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Left Knee Injuries with Arthroscopic Surgery
Left Knee Injuries with Arthroscopic Surgery

This is a single board exhibit depicting the preoperative condition of the patient’s left knee in a medial and axial view, as well as four images illustrating the subsequent surgery.rnrnThe medial view of the knee depicts the full synovitis and the loose body chondral flap along the medial femoral condyle, while the axial view shows the medial meniscal tear with grade II chondromalacia.rnrnThe four surgical steps shown include the instruments being inserted into the knee, the partial medial meniscectomy, the removal of the chondral flap, and a complete synovectomy.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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